A provider's social performance refers to its effectiveness in achieving its stated social goals and creating value for clients. Social performance management (SPM) refers to the systems that organizations use to achieve their stated social goals and put customers at the center of strategy and operations. If a provider has strong SPM practices, it is more likely to achieve strong social performance.
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